Shown in Solid Red Oak, this Amish Caboose Chair has gone by many names since it was first brought on the market in 1885. This is the Saloon Chair, the same one that was often seen in Gunsmoke's barhall scenes. Why is it called the Caboose Chair? Because it was first designed for the Union Pacific Railroad and was put into every caboose on every train. Specifically made to withstand abuse, this is one of the strongest chairs made. Upholstery seat is available for additional charge
Art Deco Extension Dining Table in Mahogany with Opposing Arc Form Base | From a unique collection of antique and modern dining room tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/dining-room-tables/
Availability: Build to Order. Minimum order of Chair frame constructed of solid beech wood. Solid wood seat and wood back. Custom stain matching available. Dimensions: 32 x 21 x Seat Height: 18 One year warranty.